It would be easier if you showed your code, so hope this helps.
The normal process is in the DragEnter event you set e.effects = to the drag and drop you will allow (move, copy etc). Then in the DragDrop event determine your condition and set e.Effect = DragDropEffects.None if it is not allowed, else execute the drop code.
Would it be hard for someone with no programming knowledge to make an application that simply disables drag from a mouse when you hold left click or just left click in general.
With the option to hold a set key down to momentarily enable leftclick-dragging until you release the key.
Is there any way to use and manage an usb barcode reader in a vb.net program ?
What I want to do is :
-- Distinguish reading from barcode reader and typing from keyboard
-- Allow or deny displaying the barcode in a textbox after is read ( I mean when that textbox is focused and active at that moment )
--- Capture the barcode that is read even when no textbox is currently focused or active control at that moment ( I mean when a specific form is open , and a read from barcode reader was made , I should be able to capture the barcode in a variable )
Thank you !
1) Actually , I've read somewhere on internet that to distinguish between reading from barcode reader and typing on keyboard is to keep track on keystrokes timing , for example if a stream of characters are read in less than 100ms ( or another reasonable time) then this mean a barcode reader was made. But I don't know how can I do this ?